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answered. the role of the chief of staff answered. the role of mr. wallace answered. rupert murdoch said and i quote the politician i was closest to was gordon brown as chancellor. and let us just remember, let us just remember who was the advisor who gordon brown was the chancellor? >> you'll want to hear the answers given their own prime minister. the prime minister. >> and let us just remember, mr. speaker, who was the to gordon brown when he was chancellor the right honorable gentleman. on the issue of the action we have taken, let us remember during the last parliament, reports of the information commissioner ignored. reports of the select committee ignored. the failure of the police investigation ignored. we now know exactly which party was if you like the sumber party and it was the party opposite. but, frankly, mr. speaker, everyone can see exactly what he's doing, an attempt to play this for narrow party advantage. the problem has been taking place over many years. the problem is for both of our main problems and our problem is the one the party expects us and to rise for the oc
of commons speaks with one voice today, and i hope he will so come to the debate, that rupert rupert murdoch should drop his bid and listen to the house of commons? >> i agree with what the right on gentleman says. i agree the house is speaking with one voice. the government has a job to do to act within all times of the law, and my righthand of the secretary has to obey every aspect of the lws. business has got to stop the business of mergers and get on with the business of cleaning it's stables. >> this is the thing, i look forward to debating the issues with the leader of the house who will be speaking for the governor later in the debate. mr. speaker, i know he's making a statement shortly about the inquiry. can we confirm something that we agreed last night. we need to make sure we get to the bottom, not just of what happened to our newspapers, but also about the relationships between politicians and the press. does he agree with me -- does he agree with me that if we editors and members of the press to give evidence under oath, so should current and past politicians? >> i agree with th
in the british media? desi further agree that if the house of commons speaks with one voice today, rupert murdoch should drop his bid to be -- should recognize the world has changed and should listen to this house of commons. >> i agree with what the gentleman said. i think it is good that the house of commons is going to speak with one voice. the government does have a job to do to act at all times within the law. yes, as the honorable member at said, we should look at amending the laws. we should make sure that this is right. we should make sure the competition and enterprise act are right. i think it is perfectly acceptable to obey the law as a government and to send a message from this house of commons that this business has got to stop the business of mergers and get on with the business of cleaning its stables. >> i look for work to debating this issue with the leader of the house. >> mr. speaker, i know he is making a statement about the inquiry. can he confirm something that we agreed last night? we need to make sure that we get to the bottom, not just of what happens, but also about the
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